As it turns out, not only does the skin require different care at different ages, but so does the hair. The needs of the locks change, and with them the products and care systems must change.
Hair care at 25+
It's a shame, but with each passing year, hair becomes thinner and weaker. So after the next birthday, it's best to review the arsenal of remedies and replenish it. Around the age of 30, hair, like skin, begins to suffer from dryness, which can be a bridge to the first age-related changes: hair breakage and loss. Counteract this with 'moisturising' products - conditioners and masks that 'fill' the hair from the inside and give it a well-kept look.
Hair care at 35+
In this age, it's important to tailor care directly to your hair and scalp type. The cosmetics are capable of covering all weaknesses of the hair with proper and regular use. The product palette is abundant: for thin, dry, damaged, greasy, dyed, electrifying and split ends.
Heat protection isn't a bad thing either, as excessive use of hairdryers, irons and curling irons is bound to affect your locks sooner or later. You can choose a thermal protectant with additional care properties.